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The Kara Heritage Institute, promoting an African Renaissance

By promoting the cultural heritage and values of Karaism, the Kara Heritage Institute is committed to growing sustainable and empowered communities.

Karaism is the ancient theology of Africa, dating back to the beginning of recorded history. It was the foundation of ancient African religion and philosophy and influences African traditions and cultural history to this day.

The Kara Heritage Institute

The African people have a rich ancient history and indigenous cultural heritage, which is at risk of being lost in the tide of contemporary global influences. By reigniting awareness of our proud African heritage and reawakening our consciousness of values, at the heart of Africa’s spiritual origins, we can revive the dignity and true equality of Africans and indeed of all humankind.

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Our mission

The Kara Heritage Institute is committed to leveraging the knowledge and ethos of our heritage to grow sustainable and empowered communities, who have the freedom to shape their destiny with their own hands.

Our objectives

In collaboration with various partners, the Kara Heritage Institute is able to achieve its objectives.

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Our partnerships

Right from the start the Kara Heritage Institute welcomed collaborative initiatives with national, provincial and local government, in order to research and roll out campaigns focusing on heritage education, cultural tourism, crafts development, community art centres, organic farming and enterprise development.

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The early origins of Karaism

Karaism is ancient African theology, dating back to the beginning of recorded history. It was the foundation of ancient African religion and philosophy. Its influence permeates African traditions and cultural history to this day.

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To find out more, read “The History of Karaism”. Contact us here to order your copy.

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